Rose, Lydia, Kele Ding, and Rebekah Davis. 2022. A Pilot Study Measuring Physical Activity using Technology: Smartwatch, Social Media, and Online Interactions. Midwest Sociological Association, April 13-16, 2022. Chicago, Illinois.
Rose, Lydia. 2022. Onsite After COVID--Flipping the Classroom to Enhance Interactions. AURCO: Association for University Regional Campus of Ohio. April 8-9, 2022. Kent State University at Stark.
March 2022 (Invited Speaker)
Passover and Ramadan. March 24, 2022. Program sponsored by the Jewish Muslim Dialogue: Islamic Society of Akron and Kent and Temple Israel. Presentation on Ramadan.
August 2021 (Invited Speaker)
Interfaith Dialogue and Religious Freedom: A Regional Project for the Near East and North Africa, Tuesday, August 10 - Thursday, August 12, 2021. Program sponsored by the US Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of International Visitors. National Program: Institute of International Education. Local Arrangements: Global Ties Akron
Rose, Lydia. Invited Speaker. “Unthinking Race: Spirituality in Managing Micro/Macro Issues in Work.” Talk presented at the University of Akron. Rethinking Race and Spirituality @ Work: The Inclusive Common Ground of Global Oneness. Thursday, Feb. 27, 6 - 8 p.m.
Rose, Lydia and Bartoli, Teresa M. (2021). Pink Hats and Ballots: An Ecofeminist Analysis of Women’s Political Activism in the Age of Trump, Coronavirus, and Black Lives Matter. Lexington Books: Lanham, Maryland.
Rose, Lydia (Forthcoming.) Hegemonic Masculinity. In The Routledge Handbook of Ecofeminism and Literature edited by DouglasVakoch.
Hibsman, Timothy and Rose, Lydia. (2021). Embracing Badass Women in History: Social (Re)Constructions of Cutthroat Female Pirates. Portmanteau: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Gender and Diversity, 4:71-86. http://www.portmanteausru.org/volume-4/
Rose, Lydia and Bartoli, Teresa. (2021). Hegemonic Masculinity and Tropes of Domination: An Ecofeminist Analysis of James Cameron’s 2009 Film, “Avatar” in Ecofeminist Science Fiction: International Perspectives on Gender, Ecology, and Literature edited b
Rose, Lydia and Bartoli, Teresa M. (2020). Agnotology and the Epistemology of Ignorance: A Framework for the Propagation of Ignorance as the Consequence of Technology in a Balkanized Media Ecosystem. Postdigital Science and Education. 2: 184–201. https://
Rose, Lydia 2017. “Brain-based Learning for Accelerated Online Educational Programs as a Foundation for Resistance of Predatory Practices on the “Time-Poor.”” Knowledge Cultures, 15(2):144-162. Doi:10.22381/KC5220179.
Hibsman, Timothy and Rose, Lydia. (2015). A.I. Influences on Practical Pretending, Role Playing, and Escapism through Simulations in the Classroom. DeVry Journal of Scholarly Research, 12 (3-4): 315-326. https://doi.org/10.1177/2042753015571053.
Lydia Rose, 2015. Community Service Learning and Collaboration in the Classroom Sustained by Flipping the Classroom in It Works For Me, Flipping The Classroom edited by Hal Blythe, Charlie Sweet, and Russell Carpenter. New Forums Press: Stillwater, Oklah
Weems Landingham, Velvet, Rose, Lydia, and Cook-Euell, Veronica. 2015. Negotiating Availability within Global Virtual Teams (GVTs). Connexions, 3 (1):47-67. https://connexionsj.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/weems-landingham_rose_cook-euell.pdf
Rose, Lydia (2015). Resistance is Futile: Temporal Refusal, Cognitive Dissonance, and the E-Learning Environment. E-learning and Digital Media. DOI: 10.1177/2042753015571053. http://ldm.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/02/19/2042753015571053.abstract http:
Rose, Lydia (2015). “Subversive Epistemologies in Constructing Time and Space in Virtual Environments: The Project of an Emancipatory Pedagogy.” In Critical Learning in Digital Networks edited by Petar Jandric and Damir Boras. Series Edited by Vivien Hodg
Rose, Lydia and Hibsman, Tim. (2014.) Lurking, Spying, and Policing: Practical Strategies to Enhancing Engagement and Collaboration in Virtual Group Work. Association for University Regional Campuses of Ohio Journal, vol. 20. Accessible online: http://au
Rose, Lydia, (2012). “Social Networks, Online Technologies, and Virtual Learning: (Re)Structured Oppression and Hierarchies in Academia” in Disruptive Technologies, Innovation, and Global Redesign: Emerging Implications edited by N. Ekekwe and N. Islam. I